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casual

adjective Occurring unpredictably; irregular.
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casual

an introduced plant that has not become established in an area but which may occur away from cultivation.
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Does this casualness extend to wearing jeans and T-shirt, or equivalent, on a hot day?
Or the contrived casualness of one asserting his everyman sensibilities.
"There is a creeping casualness in the way we live today.
He's leaning more toward Americana, with a little bit of casualness; it's less formal."
"I also had to get used to many changes, including the casualness of the workforce and the fact everyone called each other by their first names.
They sought out teachers with no less casualness in Urban's faculty office, a large, open space with desks pushed up against each other, as in a news room.
Watching Washington policymakers and the media punditocracy discuss plans to kill large numbers of people and/or the extrajudicial termination of specific individuals with a casualness one could expect from the most hardboiled of terrorists inspires a certain queasiness.
I wanted to blend the complete casualness of shooting with a hand-held, mini-DV camera with the careful, meticulous world of animation.
The result is a matrix of pavilions and courtyards, arranged with careful casualness and a strong sense of theatre across a pair of rocky hills overlooking the southern ocean.
"There's casualness about the defending which I hope will improve as the weeks go on," he said.
They have an effortless, composed, gentle presence which could, but never should be confused with casualness, and which makes for a neat, sweet sound which is wonderful, from the front few rows at least.
Don't let the understated decor and Gold Country casualness of the restaurant (with patio dining in summer) fool you: Chef Nestor Ramirez impeccably blends continental, Pacific Rim, and California cuisines, and the wine list is one of the Sierra's best.